La Galleria Nazionale
Rome’s National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art houses a large collection of Italian and international art from the nineteenth to the twentieth century and continues to expand thanks to new contemporary acquisitions. In 2016, under the direction of Cristiana Collu, the museum underwent a major revamp that addressed the requirements of the physical space as well as revisiting the curatorial attitudes towards its collection. The building opened up again at the end of 2016 with a confident new set of displays that compromise the traditional chronological sequencing of works in favour of looser and often more subjective thematic or formal juxtapositions.
Viale delle Belle Arti 131, Roma
Tuesday to Sunday 8.30am–7.30pm